Artificial Intelligence Colloquium (AIC)
The RWTH AI Center launched a new series of events: the "Artificial Intelligence Colloquium", or in short: AIC. Renowned scientists from RWTH and other universities will present cutting-edge research on methods and applications of artificial intelligence.
The AIC is another component in the strategy of the AI Center to strengthen AI-related research at RWTH (see also the Research Seminar on AI). The lectures are intended to provide insights into exciting research questions and offer space for exchange and discussion. The AIC is aimed primarily at researchers and master students.
This year’s colloquium is planned as a purely virtual event. The kick-off will be on November 18 with a lecture by Prof. Bastian Leibe, followed by a new lecture about every 6 weeks. Each lecture will take place on a Thursday between 5 and 6 pm.
|Date (Link)||Presenter & Topic||Registration|
" Visual Scene Understanding: Recent Progress and Current Trends"
Prof. Bastian Leibe (RWTH Aachen)
"Explainable Visual Recognition with Minimal Supervision"
Prof. Zeynep Akata (Universität Tübingen)
"Probabilistic and Deep Learning Techniques for Robot Navigation and Automated Driving"
Prof. Wolfram Burgard (Universität Freiburg)
"Artificial Intelligence - Key to Next Generation Healthcare?"Prof. Andreas Schuppert (RWTH Aachen)
"Safe Learning in Robotics"
Prof. Angela Schoellig (University of Toronto)